SEN Enabler/Disabler Updated to 4.25

October 16, 2012

If you’re looking to play some PSN games on your modded system, it’s no secret that these days you have a ton of exciting ways to make that happen. However, if you’re a fan of GUI’s then this one might be the best choice for you. Essentially what this program does is offer the user a simple button and choice based interface to enable and disable PSN access up to firmware 4.25. More or less, all that needs to be done here is to boot up the pkg and the program will guide you through the rest of the process by asking you what you would like to disable or enable with regards to your connections.

As is per his previous releases, there are a few things that those hoping to install this should note. When getting ready to boot this SEN toggle, make sure that you are only installing the package that corresponds to your specific custom firmware. For example if you are using Kmeaw, look for the .pkg that corresponds only to that specific architecture.  Not doing so might result in some serious problems. For those that do happen to get something like a RSOD during the process, just reinstall your CFW in recovery mode and you should be good to go. There are tons of ways to get your PSN fix, this little program is definitely one of the most graphically appealing ways.


Tags: CFW, kmeaw, PS3 Hacks, PSN, sen disabler, sen enabler

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